It is essential that you advise us of your UK address, telephone and email details for the two weeks period prior to your course commencing in case we need to advise you of any changes. The Academy does not offer refunds for accommodation or travel costs associated with any courses.
Students who require a visa to enter the UK must contact the British Embassy in their own country and make prior arrangements before booking any course. The Art Academy is not permitted to sponsor any visas.
Course participants are expected to conduct themselves in a professional manner, and to recognise that other participants also require support and assistance. If a participant becomes persistently disruptive, we reserve the right to issue a verbal warning, and if this does not resolve the situation, the participant may be asked to leave the course.
All classes are taught in English. Applicants for diploma courses whose first language is not English should note that they are required to be moderately proficient in written and spoken English, and be able to participate in group discussions and presentations in English. Participants on short courses should have a working knowledge of English.
Courses often run on Bank Holiday Mondays – please check the course document carefully.
On completion of your course and having attended the minimum number of hours required, the Art Academy may provide you with a Certificate of Attendance if requested to do so.
Our website is the source of the most up-to-date information concerning dates and content. Applicants are advised to check details on the website to avoid any disappointment.
From time to time, we may photograph our evening, weekend and short course classes for use in marketing and promotional material (including on our website and social media channels). We’ll always get in touch with you before the class to let you know that a photographer will be present, and you’ll be asked for your permission to have your photo taken and used.
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We will be liable to you for any direct loss or damage you suffer if we either fail to carry out our obligations under these terms and conditions to a reasonable standard; or breach any relevant duties that we owe to you that are imposed on us by law (including if we cause death or personal injury to you by our negligence), but not to the extent that such failure is attributable to your own fault or the fault of a third party.
Other than as described above, Art Academy London shall not be liable for any losses or damages suffered by you, however caused.
We will not be liable to you for events outside our control which we could not have foreseen or prevented even if we had taken reasonable care. Events outside our control include industrial action, over or under demand from students, staff illness, severe weather, fire, civil disorder, political unrest, government restrictions and concern with regard to the transmission of serious illness, war, threat of war, civil commotion or strife, hostilities, strikes or other industrial dispute, natural disaster, fire, act of God, terrorist activities, technical problems with transportation, closures of airports, ports and/or ferries, government action. In such circumstances, we reserve the right to change or cancel parts, or all, of your course.
Art Academy London cannot accept responsibility, and expressly excludes liability to the fullest extent permissible by law, for:
- all damage to your property (including to personal I.T. equipment and bicycles) unless it is directly caused by the negligence or fault of the college or its staff;
- the non-return of work;
- personal injuries or death except in so far as it is caused by the negligence of
the college or its staff;
- all indirect and consequential losses, however arising; and
- loss of opportunity and loss of income or profit, however arising.
Save for any liability in negligence for personal injury or death, any remaining liability of the Academy whether in contract, breach of statutory duty, misrepresentation or any other cause of action, however occurring, is limited to the value of tuition fees paid by or on behalf of the prospective student or student to the Academy or the amount, if any, the Academy receives from its insurers in respect of that particular loss, whichever is the greater.